Speed Wi-Fi NEXT W01
High-speed communication with a maximum receiving speed of 220Mbps achieved by carrier aggregation support for WiMAX 2+ 
In addition to WiMAX 2+ carrier aggregation that delivers ultra high-speed data transmission with a maximum receiving speed of 220 Mbps , this hybrid model also supports 4G LTE with a population coverage rate of 99% (platinum band 800 MHz) .
To maximize performance, the router supports IEEE802.11ac, the latest Wi-Fi standard.
Support for overseas business trips with au World Service  LTE support that makes high-speed data communication possible
The router supports au World Service  (LTE/UMTS), allowing high-speed communication by LTE worldwide .
au World Service (in Japanese only) 
Slim, stylish design is ideal for carrying around
Only 10mm thick, the stylishly designed phone slips easily into a pocket or bag
Simple setting by touch operation
Interactive guidance allows even first-time mobile router users to configure the initial settings easily.
The router is equipped not only with a Battery Saving mode and a High Performance mode for setting the performance to suit the purpose of use, but with a Remote Wakeup function to remotely start up the router with one touch from your smartphone app when the router is in sleep mode. It also features Quick Startup that turns on the power in 5 seconds, and a Quick Access mode that allows you to use the router quickly without even taking it out of your bag.
- Available with the latest software.
Service is scheduled to start gradually with some areas; as a result, the maximum receiving speed may differ depending on the area. Does not apply to sending speed. (Maximum sending speed 10Mbps)
- The population coverage rate is calculated based on areas where communication is possible in 50% or more of the area, using 500m blocks as used in the national census.
- "GLOBAL PASSPORT" has changed its name to "au World Service" from May 31, 2016.
- The service may not be available in some areas.
- This service is a best-effort service. Note that the maximum communication speed is not the actual communication speed, but the maximum speed based on the technical standards. The actual speed may fall substantially short of the maximum for various reasons including your usage environment and the traffic amount even in the service area. The communication speed to the connection destination depends on the capability of the device.